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A-hotel Workers Stadium Beijing

6th stage, East Gate of Work Stadium, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100027 China
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#365 of 6,219 hotels in Beijing
HOTEL is seated at the east gate of Beijing wokers’ stadium ,and it is a uniquely designed with high level of elegance and vogue.We have best location: we are in the center of the chao yang men wai business district as well as the Beijing CBD area. 1.And still you may walk around the sanlitun bar street for a drink.2.It will take about 30minutes to the airport or the train station.3.you may also walk to the cotton market or go to the silk market by taxi (about 10 minutes).Special Characteristic:A-hotel is the only built-in hotel of a stadium in the world.Inside Environment :lounge-style hall、comfortable guestrooms、Italy food. Optical cyber broadband,37’liquid crystal tv set、king size bed、mini bar、unique-designed furniture、breakfast in Chinese or western style、free water coffee and tea.There is 115 rooms in our hotel ,6 styles ,including superior standard room,superior lounge room,superior kingbed room,superior fashion room,business dulxue room If you want to cooperate with us ,please contact us ,we will lead you to feel the smell of fashion together.
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6th stage, East Gate of Work Stadium, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100027 China
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George N wrote a review Nov 2017
2 contributions3 helpful votes
We stayed here for three nights in November. I'll start with the good: location is pretty decent, they give you toiletries, and the lobby is pretty nice. But that's pretty much it. Now onto the bad side...the bed is rock hard (maybe a cultural thing), the carpeting and windows are FILTHY...stains everyplace, wifi is very flaky, and the staff are cold and not helpful AT ALL. Sure there's a language barrier, but the poor service they provide goes way beyond that. As an example, we prearranged an early morning cab through the front desk for our trip back to the airport. They assured us the price would be 120 yuan, which is about 20 yuan more than the standard fare, but we accepted in order to avoid conflict. When we woke up the final day to leave for the airport, the front desk had no record of the cab order, so we had to request one again. When the cab finally came, a frail bellhop about half my size tried to grab my bag, probably so he could earn a tip. I grabbed the suitcase back and said "no thank you. I can carry it myself." He shouted something to the taxi driver and off we went. About half way through the trip, the driver informed us he would be charging 250 yuan, more than double the price we agreed to. We told him NO, and that we'd agreed to 120 yuan...I couldn't tell if he understood me, and In this case, the language barrier probably helped us defer the argument. We got to the airport, and he took us to the arrivals area instead of departures, I can only guess he did this to avoid traffic. Then he got out of the cab, popped the trunk and then pulled it down again, leaving it slightly ajar, and demanded we pay him 200 yuan. Next. I refused, took out my phone, took a picture of the license plate, shouted "police" and then faked dialing the phone. This struck a chord with him, and he knocked my iphone out of my hands, causing a small crack in the corner of the phone, and then he shouted some obscenities to me as I picked up the phone, and handed him the amount we agreed to, 120 yuan. Then I lifted the trunk and removed our suitcases. I hold the hotel responsible for this episode,since they ordered the "cab", which in reality was probably not an actual cab at all, but instead, it was probably someone's brother. DON'T STAY HERE.
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Date of stay: November 2017Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Tillymint35 wrote a review Oct 2017
22 contributions1 helpful vote
Our party had two rooms, one was a standard room and fairly close to the elevator, the other a deluxe and about an 8 minute walk down a VERY long, dark corridor. The rooms were dark and the lighting inadequate. They were generally clean, if a little tired in places, with the exception of the standard room shower enclosure. That was really very unpleasant; nothing that a very thorough deep clean couldn't have improved. The deluxe room was a brighter and the bathroom very clean, but suffered from nightclub noise from a venue within the stadium. It caused a number of disturbed nights sleep. If booking, it could be worth requesting a room away from this area. The bedding and towels were always fresh throughout our 10 day stay, and when requested, housekeeping quickly provided non feather pillows. They were like overfilled bean bags, but that is obviously the local alternative and did the job. Toiletries were also regularly replenished, and two bottles of drinking water were provided daily. The entrance area and Reception is very hard to describe. Not like anywhere i have visited before. It looks tired and dated with a bit of a 60s vibe. The Reception staff were helpful, but on some occasions there was no one available that spoke English and that did prove difficult. Although, we generally got there in the end with the aid of a translation app. The location of the hotel was ideal for our needs. Very close to everything Sanlitun has to offer and the subway a short walk away. Would I recommend this hotel? For the location, yes - and it was reasonably priced. That said, there is no excuse for the state of the shower. Before booking again, I would definitely explore other possibilities in the locality.
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Date of stay: October 2017Trip type: Traveled with friends
greckang wrote a review May 2016
London, United Kingdom14 contributions9 helpful votes
The hotel is situated in a stadium and have rooms that lead around the stadium, so if you have a room that is on the other end of the stadium, have fun walking round the stadium every time you leave. Furthermore, the hallway is dark, making it look like a brothel. Another point to note is that as the hallway is carpeted, by the time you reach the lift and press to call for the lift, you will always be shocked by static electricity. (What a pleasant start to the day) When we were there the wifi was absolutely rubbish, we couldn't get a decent signal even though the router was in our room. The television was also weirdly plugged in with a wire needing to hangout of the tele so we could change the channels. (Also there are no English channels) The hotel wanted to charge us for ice when they have ice buckets provided in the room! Most staff were only able to converse in mandarin, and couldn't really understand English. All in all, I will never come back to this hotel again. It's horrible and one of the worst that I've ever been to.
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Date of stay: May 2016Trip type: Traveled as a couple
giraffemmab wrote a review Mar 2016
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg9 contributions4 helpful votes
i stay here for 2 weeks for a business trip, i reached beijing at night and directly go to the hotel, the hotel is almost full and they gave me room no.258. and i walk like almost 10 mins to the room. but the next day the staff change my room to no.229, it's much better. good location , good food around, but the room is dark and not enough sunshine. the washroom is dirty.
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Date of stay: August 2015
Trip type: Traveled on business
dazzpauls wrote a review Feb 2016
London60 contributions45 helpful votes
The hotel is in a great location, walking distance from Sanlitun and close by to the club and nightlife on Workers Stadium W Road and a short distance from Dongzhimen where the airport train arrives. The hotel itself couldn't find my reservation at first, I'd booked through a third party site. However they soon fixed it once they saw my confirmation. The room was a little old, with a jacuzzi bath in the main room, but all in all very clean and quite cool. I would stay at the hotel again depending on price as it seems to vary considerably depending when you book it and what site you book through.
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Date of stay: September 2015
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Trip type: Traveled solo
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Frequently Asked Questions about A-hotel Workers Stadium Beijing
Which popular attractions are close to A-hotel Workers Stadium Beijing?
Nearby attractions include Mix Club (0.3 miles), CLUB SIR.TEEN (0.08 miles), and Beijing Workers' Stadium (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at A-hotel Workers Stadium Beijing?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at A-hotel Workers Stadium Beijing?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a desk.
What food & drink options are available at A-hotel Workers Stadium Beijing?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a snack bar during their stay.
Is parking available at A-hotel Workers Stadium Beijing?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to A-hotel Workers Stadium Beijing?
Conveniently located restaurants include Bellagio Cafe (GongTi), Morel's Restaurant & Cafe, and Xuxian Lou.
Are any cleaning services offered at A-hotel Workers Stadium Beijing?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does A-hotel Workers Stadium Beijing offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to a business center and meeting rooms during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at A-hotel Workers Stadium Beijing?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Chinese.
Are there any historical sites close to A-hotel Workers Stadium Beijing?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Temple of Heaven (3.5 miles), Tian'anmen (2.9 miles), and Gong Wang Fu (3.1 miles).
Is A-hotel Workers Stadium Beijing accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.